Welcome to downloadable logos, images and guidance for online design, print design and PR for Kiverco. Please always reference ‘Kiverco Limited’ as copyright owner for any and all images and artwork.
If you have any questions, call Niamh Anne on +44 (0) 28 8773 8811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional content, including photography, is held inside Kiverco’s Secure Media Centre, accessible here.
Here, you’ll find 5 different Kiverco logos.
How to use them is included in Kiverco’s Branding Guidelines Document, which will be online soon.
- 6 different Kiverco Primary Logos, each in 4 different formats (24 in total).
- 6 different Kiverco Aftercare Logos, each in 4 different formats (24 in total).
- 6 different Kiverco Primary Logos – Statement Lockup 1, each in 4 different formats (24 in total).
- 6 different Kiverco Primary Logos – Statement Lockup 2, each in 4 different formats (24 in total).
- 3 different Kiverco Composite K Logos, each in 4 different formats (12 in total).
The 4 different file formats explained…
.png versions are generally used for digital outputs, such as social media and use on websites.
.pdf versions are generally used for printing, as they are infinitely scalable without losing quality.
.eps versions are generally used for large scale printing, where older printing machinery may be used.
.svg version are generally used for website headers & favicons, as they retain sharpness on high resolution displays.
1. Kiverco Primary Logo (6 versions)
2. Kiverco Aftercare Logo (6 versions)
3. Kiverco Primary Logo Statement Lockup 1 (6 versions)
4. Kiverco Primary Logo Statement Lockup 2 (6 versions)
5. Kiverco Composite K Logo (3 versions)
Some of the images at this website were sourced from Unsplash.com’s excellent photographer contributors. Contributors include Christina from ‘Women of Colour in Tech’, Jan Kopriva, Pawel Czerwinski, Nick Fewings, Philip Veatner and the ‘This is Engineering’ image library. ‘This is Engineering’ is an Unsplash resource developed to encourage website owners and image users to employ a more diverse range of images when showcasing engineers and the industries in which they work.